Everything you need to teach a theme lesson about the things you would need to pack for different climates with a writing focus. Used for Y1 but could easily be adapted for other year groups. Includes the flipchart, lesson plan and activity sheets.
A bundle of resources to support and teach three theme writing lessons based on pirates.
Hook to lesson: Pirates kidnap class teddy.
Lesson 1: To develop the skill of using descriptive language- making a wanted poster to describe the pirate.
Lesson 2: To develop the skill of writing a letter- To write a letter to the pirates trying to persuade them to return the kidnapped teddy.
Lesson 3: To develop the skill of writing a newspaper report- To write a newspaper report telling everybody that the teddy has been returned.
In this pack you will find all of the planning and active inspire flip charts that you will need to teach these writing lessons.
This includes planning and flipcharts for a one off lesson on capacity. It is fantastic to use for an interview or for an observation, this lesson encourages the children to investigate capacity independently and is a great problem solving activity. It is very good for showing the use of questioning in your lesson. I used this lesson for an interview and I got the job! The lesson is based on a magic potion made by Winnie the Witch.
A collection of planning and resources to teach a D&T topic on designing a chocolate bar linked to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
In the pack you will receive:
-In detail lesson by lesson planning.
-A booklet for the children to work through.
-A letter from Willy Wonka.
The planning covers the follow objectives from the National Curriculum:
A leaflet which explains how the phonics screening process works and gives parents advice on how they can support their children. Part of the leaflet is specific to Read Write Inc, however this section can be just changed to include information to fit with how you teach phonics at your school.
Real and nonsense words printed onto nuts so that the children can pretend to be the squirrels and sort the good nuts (real words) from the bad nuts (nonsense words).
Great for practising phonics in KS1.
All of the resources needed to progress children through height/length. The first activity is differentiated either with a line to guide where to measure or without for children that don't need it. The extension for this is the finding the difference activity for children who can measure securely. The mastery and deeper mastery task is inspired from the ncetm document and involves children explaining their reasoning and thinking about height/length deeper.